Problems are often only problems when we believe them to be and look at them as such. If you’re an introvert then chances are you have been led to believe that certain aspects of your natural response to the world are problematic because they don’t relate comfortably with the expectations of society’s norms.
In this episode of the podcast I explore 5 apparent ‘problems’ that introverts may feel like they experience at times. My aim is to encourage you to see these problems not as problems at all but to recognise them instead as liberating parts of your character that do in fact contribute to your unique greatness.
The things we have believed to be flaws. The stuff that make us feel wrong, weird, like we missed a meeting or a section of the human manufacturing process are things we actually share with the best part of half the population.
One of the most important messages we can take on board as human beings is this simple reasurrance. Our natural orientation and response to the world may be in conflict with the expectations of the world around us.
What might this look like?
- Your Need for Plenty of Down Time
- Large Gatherings of Strangers
- Your Enjoyment of Doing ‘Nothing’
- Quality Over Quantity In Relationships
- Passion and Interest